ONE ON ONE CREATIVE COUNSELING SESSIONS

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WHAT IS A CREATIVE COUNSEL SESSION?

A creative counsel session is a one on one, 3 hour meeting with Stacie Yue. Sessions are available in person, or via Skype.

We will go over your portfolio, and talk about your future creating within the fashion industry. This includes:

-How to set up, assemble a full team, and direct fashion photoshoots & editorials.

-We will go over the ins and outs on getting published.

-We will discuss fashion week, and the ins and outs of working within the fashion industry.

-Where to find inspiration, how to stay creative, and actually apply it to make your work unique. 

-We will go over any questions you have about working as a full time fashion photographer in NYC.

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YOUR INVESTMENT

$750

3 Hour coaching session and portfolio review in person or via Skype/Facetime.

Work with Stacie one on one as she personalizes her coaching especially for you and your current situation. Learn more about working in the fashion industry. Pick Stacie’s brain about anything you’ve been wanting to learn about her career and working full time as a fashion photographer.

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MY STORY:

If you would have told me three years ago that I’d be living in New York City, working as a full time fashion photographer, I wouldn’t have believed you.

I started my professional career in 2015 (Salt Lake City, Utah) shooting small weddings. I did well and hit all my financial goals- but I wasn’t satisfied. I wasn’t creating images that inspired me or motivated me to keep creating. I started putting together small fashion shoots and I loved it. It was then that I decided to buy a ticket to Paris and try to shoot at fashion week. I had no plan, no connections, but that didn’t stop me. I was able to create a runway portfolio which has taken me shooting fashion weeks all around the world.

For a year I grinded, I created, and I built one hell of a fashion portfolio. I hit the point where I just HAD to be where the fashion industry is. My husband and I took the leap and moved to New York City a few months later.

Since being in New York, I have had over 25 editorials published internationally. And have shot countless runway shows at Milan, Paris, and New York Fashion Week. With brands hiring me to shoot their runway shows. I have learned the ups and downs of getting published, working with brands, relationships with models, and how to stay confident with my specific take on fashion. I’ve had my runway work featured in Nylon, Paper Magazine, and L'Officiel Lithuania to name a few. Working hard is exhausting but it is also fueling every bit of the work I create. Where I am now and the risks I take, weave their way into how I creatively see the world. It’s part of how I keep going, and how I keep the momentum in the fast paced fashion industry.